At Gottlieb Paludan Architects, we focus on these basic functions of society: it is our mission to shape better cities and societies with architecture of the highest technical and aesthetic quality.
We want to contribute to creating a more sustainable world. We do that partly by working actively with sustainability in all our projects and partly by measuring and minimizing our own environmental impact. We endorse the Brundtland Commission’s definition of sustainability from 1987 and the UN Global Compact.
Gottlieb Paludan Architects has designed Solrødgård Climate and Environmental Park, which is the result of an unusual symbiosis between supply plant, climate adaption and landscape park. The aim of the park is to let visitors explore energy cycles which are fundamental to daily life.
Gottlieb Paludan Architects (GPA) has won the design competition to produce Europe’s longest Bus Rapid Transit system. The winning proposal is an overall concept for the entire ambitious public infrastructure project, Bussveien (The Bus Route), in and around Stavanger in Norway. Bussveien, which is slated for completion around 2021, will be about 50 kilometres in […]
The new Carlsberg train Station is a central part of the urban transformation of the large, old Carlsberg brewery site into a new neighbourhood of Copenhagen. Carlsberg Station replaces the Enghave Station as the main station servicing the existing residential area surrounding Sønder Boulevard and Enghavevej and it will also service the new mixed-use quarter […]
The idea behind the future Energy, Climate and Natural Environment Park is to create a unique recreational landscape which is open to the public and has a clear educational purpose. The Park has been commissioned by the Danish utility consortium Hillerød Forsyning, and it will bring together all the consortium’s activities and functions, namely energy […]
Nørreport Station is the busiest station in Denmark with roughly 250,000 people bustling through it daily. The new Nørreport Station is composed of a series of rounded, floating roofs, mounted on striking glass pavilions. A study of pedestrians’ preferred routes has formed the basis for the station’s new design, providing an open and welcoming public space […]
It is estimated that 9 billion people will inhabit the planet by 2050 – 70% of these will live in cities. The increasing urbanisation will be a challenge to cities all over the world and the demand for new innovative solutions within urban mobility is growing. This white paper provides insight into the solutions that Denmark has to offer within urban sustainable transportation.